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going. how passengers on the bus stopped a dangerous driver. >> jeremy: veterans day will feature sunshine and wind. a hot pursuit, starts in connecticut and comes to a crashing end in worcester. tonight, police say the couple on the run is behind bars. >> kim: and battling for space, and ending up trapped. two bald eagles left in a tight spot after a 7 news at 11:00 starts now. realtime closed captioning provided by u.s. captioning. >> adam: good evening to you, history made in washington, d.c. as president obama meets with president-elect donald trump. i'll have all the dolts live from d.c.. >> kim: and we begin with breaking news, an mbta bus driver in trouble after police say the bus crashed into a
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with details. >> reporter: it ended down the street in stoneham, and these security cameras at royal roast beef caught all the of a hat. an mbta bus followed by massachusetts state police. police say the driver hit a parked car in melrose on thursday morning, and the driver may have been under the influence of prescription medication. frightened passengers called 9 lev as the bus continued to drive to stoneham and transits police arr sky-7 hd was there and twelve people were on the bus at the time, fortunately they were all safe and no one was injured. and you can see the pell getting on another bus in the security camera footage from a restaurant across the street. the driver has been with the mbta for twelve years and is facing a charge of leaving the scene of an accident with property damage. the mbta says the driver will
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transport passengers until this investigation is over. live in stoneham, john cuoco, 7 news nightteam. also from the nightteam, mr. trump goes do washington. the president and his successor, side by side. both focused on the future. >> try to facility a transition that ensures a president-elect is successful. the nightteam live in washington, d.c. coverin t >> adam: history made here in washington, d.c., at the white house earlier today. two political rivals putting past behind them and focusing on a presidential transition and a peaceful one, unifying the country, top priority. president obama and president-elect trump admitted they had their differences and admitting after their sit-down today they both team than couraged. donald trump at the white house
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>> obama is an incompetent. the most ignorant president in our history, he has been a disaster. >> adam: today a different tone. >> a great respect, meeting lasted for almost an hour that have. and it could have gone on for a lot longer. the closed-door one-on-one white house meeting is a key step in starting a smooth transportation is between the two administrations. >> regardless of party to come together and work together, and to deal with the many challenges that we face. >> i look forward to dealing with the president in the future. >> adam: the seen unimaginable to people who they have thought trump had a chance, including president obama. >> i continue to believe mr. trump will not be president.
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that we now are going to want to do everything that we can to help you succeed because if you succeed the country succeeds. after his white house visit trump walked the halls of congress with snrt majority leader mcconnell and a look at where he will be sworn in with paul ryan. his relationship with the republican leaders strained, and they are saying they are ready to work hand in hand with the meeting about getting to work for the more than people. donald trump had one of the most impressive victory that that we have seen. and as for trump he says he's ready to get to work. the focus of the meeting here at the white house was mostly on the president-elect's new administration, and transfering
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profile meeting that happened at the white house early career today. let's talk about the ladies, and the future first lady, first lady michelle obama and melania trump met for the first time. the white house said they toured the first family's residence and talked about what it's like to raise kids in the white house. the obamas raised two daughters in the white house and the trumps have a ten-year-old s, tonight in cities across the country and including in washington, d.c., there are more protests, to talk about, they are ongoing. upset about the election of donald trump, in baltimore, not far from d.c., protesters have been marching for hours and they made their way on to a bridge and surrounded cars stuck in traffic and downtown police stopped traffic and crowds made their way through the streets and to philadelphia, center
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march through the streets there in philly. organizers held a candlelight vigil which they say is to encourage the community to find strength in each other. over to connecticut now, the new haven workers association, joined with other activists to hold a demonstration outside the federal courthouse in connecticut. the protests there directed at the proposal to end so-called sanctuary cities. and tonight the president-elect twng protests that are going on, mr. trump says this: just had a very open and successful presidential election, now a professional protesters incited by the media are protesting and he says very unfair. after his meetings with the president and congressional leaders here in washington, d.c., the president-elect trump is back in new york tonight and what he's doing is trying to
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nightteam's tim caputo has more on some of the possible picks. >> tim: he won in part because he was an outsider but it appears many early choices have been insiders for most of their careers. he made big promises on the campaign trail. >> we have have smart people. wloo while his team hasn't made any decisions yet nbc news reports the team has list of three to five names for epa retired general mike flynn for national security, and mick mccall for homeland security and possibly chris christie for chief of staff. >> would you want to be chief of staff? a pregnant pause. rudy giuliani is vocal about wanting to be attorney general. >> i have the energy and probably nobody that knows the justice department better than
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is asking that 30 people be granted the highest security clearances. some have been given access and the list dominated by politicians and washington insiders that include three current or former members of congress. three retired army generals, kellogg, and flynn, and burgess. and two bush administration officials, john bolton and steven hadley who said he is not participating in at this points. that security has to be job one because instantly on january 20th he will be tested. by the russians in the cyber world. we will see test after test. and they will come fast and furious in the new year. >> tim: the "new york times" and cnn say his campaign chairman may also with on the short list
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staff. tim caputo. thank you, and wall street appears to be embracing a trump presidency for now. the dow jones up for a second day hitting a record high and ending up more than 200 points, the has was down 42 points. and we'll have more live coverage tonight from the white house, including the very first sighting of secretary hillary clinton after the election, and her defeat. hear from the woman paths with her on a different kind of trail, ahead that 2 minutes, and there is more news to get to tonight, andly send it back to my co-anchor kim khazei in boston. >> kim: we begin with a trouble snoring marlboro where police made a deadly discovery, a baby found lifeless with two adults passed out. the nightteam amaka ubaka is live in marlboro.
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the state police served in this home and took photographs of in blue car. >> a real sense of in the shaken on this street. >> reporter: neighbors on this dead-end street in shock after an infant dies and two adults were found unresponsive in this two-story home. >> what's going on in there? >> reporter: the question each neighbor is asking as state was spend hours in the house bagging potential evidence at the scene. police got the 911 call before noon and when they arrived the baby was rushed to the hospital, where the baby died. shocking to see the police cruisers on the street, never mind find out the young baby had died. a 19-year-old woman and 23-year-old man are still in the hospital. freaked out because usually nothing happens here. >> reporter: maybes say the
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with her pacific and mother. >> i didn't really know what is going on. >> how did the baby die? >> reporter: neighbors say the baby was two month old little boy but the d.a.'s office has hot confirmed that yet. at this points we know the department of children and families is also investigating along with law enforcement and what they are calling a criminal investigation. we are live in marlboro, amaka ubaka, 7 news nightteam. >> kim: a wild ride that started in connecticut crashing end in worcester, massachusetts. surveillance video captured part of the police chase, officers say a couple stole two cars and attacked two women during their tense getaway attempts. jadiann thompson is live in worcester. >> jadiann: the two women who were attacked were stabbed, during this process. we are hearing they are expected to be okay but by the time this came to an end in this sleepy worcester cul de sac people here
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two suspects from connecticut showing no remorse. police say christopher harding and a woman were in this surveillance video driving a black nissan with officers hot on their trail. >> cop car after cop car flying down the street, very unusual. because it's a dead-end and in one really goes very fast. >> reporter: investigators say the pair carjacked a vehicle connecticut on thursday morning, crashed, wasn't to a neighboring town and stole another vehicle and stabbed the two women inside. massachusetts troopers spotted the suv, police say the driver rammed into their cruisers trying to get away before barreling into a family's driveway. >> she was trying to escape pt the people say the female
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>> it was good to get in the house. something that she could have done. jade the court proceedings that may need to take place in massachusetts will happen on monday. reporting live in worcester tonight, jadiann thompson. >> kim: police in bourne are stepping up patrols after a fourteen-year-old is attacked on wait tohe man in his late 20s or early their tease grabbed her by the neck and thousand her to the ground. she was not hurt and police are still looking for that guy. and mit employee in court today, charged with impersonating an fbi agent at a fellow low's home. police arrested him after they say he knocked on the cowl's door dressed as an fbi agent asking to use the bathroom.
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leblanc was carrying knifes and a stun gun and zip ties. much more ahead on 7 news. >> adam: from washington n details with the first sighting of secretary hillary clinton since her concession speech. >> jeremy: sunshine tomorrow and a windy day that leads to a chilly start to the weekend. >> kim: the stars are out for a premiere about an inspiring movie about a n fighting against the odds.
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>> kim: hollywood comes to new england, rolling out the red carpet for the premiere of bleed for this. a story of a providence boxer who overcame tremendous odds to get back in the ring.
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>> reporter: kim you knows this where the story took place and this is where the boxer vinnie paz still is in rhode island. hitting the big-screen in one week the true core story of vinnie paz, a local boxer who made it big and partied harder. but after a near fatal car accident was told he would he returned to the ring. he walked the red carpet where it all began in providence. >> my girlfriend, was wiping tears from my eyes. and my manager, he thinks he talks like me. and i lost 20 pounds and got down to 6% body fat. vinnie meant so much to the
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him to have this moment while he has it together. that's great. very few people have a movie made about their life. vinnie had a dream of being a world champion after his broke his neck. against the advice of his doctors and family and trainer, and jets he did it. and he's an inspiration to us. paz has struggled with drinking and gambling but the movie tells it like it is. >> the that is the greatest thing about it. >> reporter: he said he started to lift weights a few days after breaking his neck but the movie didn't show it that soon because they said this one would believe it. brandon gunnoe. now 7 weather with chief meteorologist jeremy reiner. >> jeremy: tomorrow is a windy day that will lead to a chilly i day on saturday.
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50 and worcester at 46 a suit westerly breeze prevents temperatures from freefalling. overnight 39 to 44, temperatures in the low to mid40s and this is tomorrow's weather system, a cold front, sometimes when the frontsplasty through they have showers and storms and this one may not do that. essentially it will be a windy day as the cold front moves through and iner up in canada. yes these appear to be chilly, that is quite cold but for manitoba it is at or slightly above normal. for when us when its gets here, chilly but not bitterly cold and won't stay around all that long. here you go, mostly sunny skies and temperatures are tricky, the warmest part of the day is late morning and early afternoon
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lunch time and temperatures will fall back to five tease. the parade in brockton tomorrow morning, featuring sunshine, in the lower 50s. a than boston's parrade at 1 pm and windy in the city. they may gust at times in boston about 35, but not a cold wind for the middle part of the day. mid50s. the weather map for tomorrow. on the weekend we on saturday, i don't think temperatures will make it out of the 40s on saturday. normal highs about 53 and that is it. as we work until sunday a warm front, we turn mild again with temperatures on sunday heading for the midand up ser 50s and patriots play on sunday night. and coming off the warm afternoon, it does cool off at gillette but temperatures on sunday evening in the mid40s. 7 on 7 forecast, looking to next
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tuesday of next week. have a good night. >> adam: back live in washington, d.c. and returning to our coverage of donald trump's presidential win we have our first look at hillary clinton just two days after her loss, she was walking it off in new york. one woman happened to be hiking in the same area with her baby when she crossed path with the former secretary of state. on a hike near their home in chappaqua new york margaret and familiar face, hillary clinton. >> incredible to randomly run into bill clinton and hillary clinton, two days after he election.wroo she says she recognized former president clinton first and once she saw hillary she immediately got excited and asked bill to take their photo. >> i said something to her on the lines of you know all i wanted to do all day yesterdays a hug you and tell you how proud i was here to bring my daughter with me to vote for you.
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me, and she couldn't have been any nicer. with the ruts still raw for many, she says hillary didn't seem phased. and she says the chance encounter was an encouraging one for her. >> i think she seemed as well as think one could be expected after a crazy experience. i think it was very dark day for a lot of people yesterday. so this is a very hopeful encouraging moment for me, and that is really why picture. that woman says she hikes that trail every day so she was surprised to run into the clintons and she says that she hopes that by posting that picture that it will bring comfort to people specially those hillary clinton supporters. >> trey: the best tight ends in football playing on sunday night.
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time for 7 sports with trey daerr. >> trey: rare a performance hinges on one guy but that is the case with bruins' tuukka
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sign and a four-goal first period. military appreciation night at the garden, b's wore camo sweaters to warm up. 1-zip two minutes into the game and turning it on from there. the first of the year, tying at 1. a minute and 8 seconds later, b's cash in, first tally of the season. and bruins keeping it down in the first. b's showing off some pretty passing. and making it 3-1 and takes them 24 seconds to add another. merrimack new hampshire's, first time boston puts up four goals,
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patriots are lating up the league, averagings 34 points per game. how to make them more dangerous, try bringing back dion lewis. running back is on track to make a season debut against the seahawks. need to be off the physically able to perform list, and they now have room on the roster. and speaking of matchup nightmares tight ends, as good as gronkowski is, jimmy is not far behind. when they are healthy they are as unstoppable as it gets, and today gronk gave some love to his counterpart. >> i have a superhigh level of respect for jimmy, and with what happened to him last year and the way he came back. i have been through it, just like him, a knee injury and the way he bounced back you have to give him high praise.
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it is good to see another fellow tight end coming back. >> trey: patriots and seahawks kick it off on sunday night and we will get you ready to a pre-game show at 6:30. david ortiz and mookie betts picked up an american league superslugger award. that is i this year, i want the best bird for my family and my wallet. ents per pound with no antibiotics ever. everything for thanksgiving.
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>> adam: back live in front of the white house where late night protesters have showed up to voice their frustration. but again the message from president obama, and president-elect trump is to unify and come together. that wraps up our time in washington for this historic moment in our history. i will say good night for now and see you back in boston soon. i'm adam williams. >> kim: and i'm kim khazei.
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